Aug 30, 2014
Pocket, the insanely popular web article curating app that allows users to clip interesting content for perusal later, has just received a big update.
Version 5.6.6 brings the ability for users to predetermine how much space Pocket uses to store data. This sounds like a great feature for folks that might have device storage concerns.
Additionally, a couple of fixes are listed. First, previously downloaded content is not properly discarded when archived or deleted. After this upgrade, Pocket will reclaim freed storage.
The second fix has to do with a crash that occurs when one tried to listen to some articles.
Lastly, there are some improvements, specifically the replacement of confirmation prompts during deletion with an undo toggle and an improved Evernote sharing process that includes images and rich text.
Pocket is available for free (with optional in-app purchases) on the Play Store.